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Employment

Am I eligible to work on campus?

International students who are interested in seeking on-campus employment should meet with their SBCC Advisor to discuss their eligibility. Hired students are eligible to work a maximum of 19.5 hours per week when classes are in session.

While we can provide a list of basic criteria required for on-campus employment, there may be other factors that can affect your eligibility.

The basic criteria are:

- successful completion of at least a 2.0 GPA or higher
- an associate degree education level I-20
- full-time enrollment
- zero balance on your account in Pipeline
- maintaining all F-1 visa requirements

Getting started
Students may log in to the "Job Connection" in Pipeline. Use the Advanced Search to filter for "On Campus Jobs - General Employment". You may also inquire in person at the department you are interested in working for.

After receiving a job offer
Go the Human Resources Office in the Student Services building (2nd floor) to pick up an employment packet. The Human Resources Office will verify your eligibility to work on campus with your Advisor in the International Office. If you do not have a U.S. Social Security Number, the Human Resources Office and your Advisor will provide you with instructions.

Do not work until you receive confirmation from the Human Resources Office that you may start working.



Off-campus employment & internship options

To learn about off-campus employment and internship eligibility requirements, check out our Employment page .



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